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Chronicling the African Renaissance

Ayiba Magazine

Over 350 articles and counting

Influencer Issue
5 months ago

Influencer Issue

This issue will focus on thought leaders, truth-tellers, trendsetters, and other influencers in the African and Diaspora communities. Each article will bring you new vibrant voices to tune into. Start reading here. …
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Legends Issue
1 year ago

Legends Issue

What makes a classic a classic? What defines an icon? This issue is packed with classic recipes, iconic brands in the making and legends-to-be. With each article, we exemplify …
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Freedom Issue
1 year ago

Freedom Issue

The Freedom Issue, our 12th issue, pays homage to freedom of thought and expression. Our aim is to highlight the controversial issues that affect our generation from human …
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Seedstars World Summit: The Entrepreneurship Forum for Emerging Markets
3 days ago

Seedstars World Summit: The Entrepreneurship Forum for Emerging Markets

Seedstars announces its annual Summit under the theme “Billions.” The agenda includes conferences, talks and workshops about how to impact people’s lives in emerging markets through entrepreneurship and technology. The …
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Get Tickets to the Yale African Development Conference 2017
5 days ago

Get Tickets to the Yale African Development Conference 2017

The Yale Undergraduate Association for African Peace and Development presents its fourth annual conference themed Ubuntu : Collaboration for African Development. This year’s conference will center on conversations about …
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Into the ‘I of Africa’ with Model & Media Maven, Aina Fadina
6 days ago

Into the ‘I of Africa’ with Model & Media Maven, Aina Fadina

Having graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia in the hopes of becoming a medical doctor, Aina Fadina has become a successful model and innovator behind the digital series I of …
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Are you living below or beyond the “Beauty Standard?”
6 days ago

Are you living below or beyond the “Beauty Standard?”

When I was still at school my mom and I bumped into a black lady we knew in the mall. Happy to see us, she asked how we were and …
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South African artist Sho Madjozi spotlights Xitsonga culture through hip-hop
7 days ago

South African artist Sho Madjozi spotlights Xitsonga culture through hip-hop

South Africa has a timeline of xenophobic attacks dating from 1994 to a few weeks back. This has happened in different areas where South Africans have taken on the mission …
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Event Alert: African Economic Forum 2017 @ Columbia University
7 days ago

Event Alert: African Economic Forum 2017 @ Columbia University

We are excited to invite you to the 14th annual African Economic Forum (AEF) at Columbia University. We look forward to having you join us and our distinguished speakers while …
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MIT Africa Innovate Conference 2017: April 7th & 8th
1 week ago

MIT Africa Innovate Conference 2017: April 7th & 8th

The MIT Sloan Africa Business Club is proud to announce 7th MIT Africa Innovate Conference, to be held at the MIT Media Lab in Cambridge, MA on April 7th and …
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The Quarter Life Crisis: Stuck Somewhere In-Between
1 week ago

The Quarter Life Crisis: Stuck Somewhere In-Between

The quarter life crisis is a real thing. It’s something I’ve been grappling with recently and the more I spoke to people, the more I realised that they, too, are …
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Xenophobia in the “Rainbow Nation”
1 week ago

Xenophobia in the “Rainbow Nation”

South Africa has developed a history of xenophobic attacks. As a South African it pains me to say this but there can be no denying what has played out over …
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In Congo DRC, Goma Sings For Peace
4 weeks ago

In Congo DRC, Goma Sings For Peace

Amani Festival reunited more than 34,000 people in 3 days of music, dance, and culture to promote and demand peace in the still wounded North-Kivu region, east of the Democratic …
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